Gartner has published its latest Magic Quadrant for WAN Optimization. Be among the first to get complimentary access to this new report now!
Silver Peak is leading the way into a new era of software-defined WAN optimization. Now more than ever, organizations like yours depend on the wide area network to connect their data centers, branch offices and the cloud. They see that better network performance means better bottom-line results, and Silver Peak gives them the most comprehensive
Business continuity. File sharing. Communications.Regardless of the IT initiative, you need your application to perform its very best any time, and every time.But even applications that are responsive within the office can behave poorly and erratically over wide area networks (WAN).Join us for this educational webinar as we explore the three major performance risks to today?s business applications over distance?and how you can prevent them from undermining your project.During this webinar
Offsite data replication is key to ensuring ongoing business operations, but it can be complex and costly, especially when performed over long distances.
Join this discussion to discover how you can apply fast, cost effective and reliable remote replication that can:
Meet Recovery Point Objectives (RPO) by reducing remote replication times by up to 20X
Reduce bandwidth costs and extend replication distances
Lower storage costs while increasing storage flexibility
Enterprises have long been battling the inherent performance limitations of Wide Area Networks (WANs) when delivering applications to remote offices. Caching emerged in the 1990's as a potential way of addressing this problem, accelerating the performance of specific applications, such as web services, while reducing overall WAN traffic. While caching achieved reasonable success for a few short years, the market for these point products ultimately subsided as a result of several operational and
In recent years, data deduplication has made its ways from the storage to the networking community. More specifically, it has become an important tool for optimizing application performance across the WAN. By eliminating the transfer of repetitive IP traffic, deduplication significantly improves WAN utilization and accelerates data transfers between geographically disperse locations. This saves bandwidth costs and helps to overcome many obstacles when communicating across a WAN.
GigaOM's research analyst Mark Leary and Silver Peak's virtualization and cloud expert, Vivian Xu, discuss the benefits of a SDN (Software-Defined Network). See how industry leaders are leveraging SDN principles to that overcome the challenges of moving data across distance and create more flexibility.
The Enterprise Strategy Group discusses how data center consolidation, virtualization, and cloud architectures are on the rise; however IT budgets are not increasing. This poses a unique challenge: How do you crease a flexible and agile environment without increasing the cost? See ESG's analysis of WAN optimization benefits and how your peers are increasing their ROI and lowering their TCO.
As data center consolidation, virtualization and cloud adoption increase but IT budgets stay level enterprises are challenged to provide IT solutions that yield a significant ROI. In this webinar you will learn how virtual WAN optimization provides ROI and TCO advantages while enabling robust BC and DR environments.
Join us September 25th for an analysis of the ROI achieved with virtualized WAN optimization software. Discover how:Multiple factors influence organizational ROI
Running multiple data centers can be costly and complex. While using shared WAN links is a viable option for cutting costs, many organizations would rather incur the additional expense of private lines than sacrifice performance.
This resource details the challenges of sharing WAN links and explores how WAN optimization - which employs a set of technologies to improve the bandwidth, latency, and loss characteristics of WAN links - can help you achieve the private line performance you